ByFrank Brock. Developing the Christian mind begins with knowledge of the Bible, but it does not end there.At Covenant we believe that good educa
By Sidney Anderson. You just don’t wake up one morning in a village of the Tiv Tribe of Nigeria by accident! It was the fulfillment of years of planning and waiting for the Lord’s leading. The numbers are not the main category, but have you ever been to a Christian event attended by 30,000 people? I have. It is breathtaking! Especially when you realize that the devil has had this entire tribe in his clutches for hundreds of years.
By Mark Lowrey, Jr. Reformed University Ministries, the PCA’s campus outreach devoted to evangelizing and discipling college students. The overall purpose of Reformed University Ministries is simple – to reach students for Christ and equip students to serve.
By Dr. Donovan Graham. Living by the wrong world view is the same as putting on the wrong eyeglasses; it can lead to disaster. Faculty members who teach students at the college level are either God’s agents seeking to grind lenses that will enable students to see the world truthfully, or they are agents of the enemy seeking to grind lenses that will lead to distortion.
By Jack Williamson. It is proper that we pause to remember the great things God has done in the Presbyterian Church in America since we took our place among the family of churches of the Lord Jesus Christ on December 4, 1973 – fifteen years ago.
By Lee Taylor. When the roles of these key leaders are defined, it is normally in a charge to them at their ordination or installation. On such occa
By Linleigh Roberts. Because Jesus of Nazareth was God in the flesh, He cannot be readily dismissed; the appearance of God in history demands an explanation.
By Lois Kyle. Missionaries go overseas to do some job that will take the Good News of Jesus Christ to those people. How desperately missionaries need more of you to be will
They prayed for God to guide them as they acted upon a motion that would change their lives forever.
By James L. Sauer. The Christmas season is a point in the human year when we do some of our best business – devouring souls like so many M&Ms popped into a plump child’s mouth. Sweet, satisfying, and look, … no human mess.